Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Nigeria’s Marina to Mile 2 section of the Lagos Light Rail project known as the Blue Line Rail, will become operational in 2022.This is confirmed after the Lagos State Government signed a major agreement with an international railway systems...
Construction works of Rwanda’s largest inland cargo handling facility nears completion following completion of the first phase. This is according to Sumeet Bhardwaj, Chief Executive Officer of DPW Logistics Rwanda Ltd who hopes the facility will be operational by the end...
Egypt is set to implement a 4MW solar power project in Uganda that is geared at improving the country’s renewable energy performance. Access to modern energy services through renewable energy development is a major concern for the energy sector...
Ethiopian President Mulartu Teshome inaugurated the Reppie waste-to-energy facility, Africa’s first waste-to-energy facility set up in the country. President Mulatu during the inauguration event said investment in energy projects is crucial if Ethiopia is to achieve its aim of becoming...
The Moatize-Macuse Railway Logistics Corridor, which is the largest infrastructure project in Mozambique, has reached its final stage, with the launch scheduled for 2019 and completion in 2022. This is according to the new newsletter, China-Lusophone Brief (CLBrief). The 639 km railway...
The federal government has announced that it has completed arrangements to concession six hydro power dams to private operators, who are in turn expected to build, operate and transfer them. Speaking at the 29th Power Sector Stakeholders’ meeting in Minna,...
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has proposed setting up a sovereign wealth fund to help boost economic growth, and his ruling African National Congress (ANC) backs the plan, two senior party officials said on Tuesday. Ramaphosa, who replaced scandal-plagued Jacob...
Algerian state energy firm Sonatrach is in talks with 14 international firms for a joint venture to trade oil and gas products after agreeing to buy its first overseas refinery, its CEO said on Thursday. "I am happy to say...
Sebastiao Pedro struck it lucky in 2014 when, as a 21-year-old small-scale miner, he found a large red ruby in northern Mozambique. He sold it to a buyer from Vietnam for $43,000, returned to his family 900 miles away...
The World Bank has agreed to offer the Government of Liberia an initial US $500m for road projects across the country. This is according to Information Minister, Lenn Eugene Nagbe. The Information Minister, Mr Nagbe said the government is considering the offer in a...

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